Camping and Lodging

 

Camping on Lake Davis

Camping on Lake Davis = Great Sierra weekend. Some reserveable sites available, and the majority are first-come-first-served. Come early to get a spot and get your swimming and fishing on. Registration on Friday will be fun as well.

You must occupy your spot right after you reserve it. Bring cash in case they are not taking cards at that time.

To make sure everyone is able to get a camping site, we will have overflow camping. For details see the bottom of this page. These campgrounds are on Lake Davis and on course.

How to get to Lake Davis (Google Map)

Camping Nearby

Discover Portola

Lodging

Overflow Camping

Mallard Cove is designated as an overflow camping area. 

To accommodate the additional demand during the Lost & Found, Thousand Trails has agreed to offer overflow camping at Lightning Tree Boat Ramp parking area as well.  Both of these locations will only accommodate trailers or camper vans.  For safety reasons, no tent camping will be allowed in the overflow camping areas. Also, fires will not be allowed since there are no fire rings.  Vault toilets and garbage collection will be available at both of these locations. 

Overflow camping is $12/night.  Thousand Trails will have fee envelopes available for campers to pay the overflow camping fee. 

If you would like to stay at the overflow camping areas, please have them check in with Thousand Trails Managers, Sue and Jim Turner at Grasshopper Flat campground.